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Sadly by the time she'd gone for her nap Stu heard a whumpf sound and looked out to see that a fresh fall of snow on Noman's head had overbalanced him and he'd collapsed, a short life really.
The _whumpf whumpf_ of Yellow Dog's panting was loud in my ears.
There was a sudden giant exhalation — whumpf! — as the air was pushed out of the collapsing house.
The girl threw her second ball, hit the cat on the right with such force it flew off the shelf and slammed into the rear of the tent with a loud whumpf!
As he lunged, Mizzamir stepped back and, with a gesture as of parting curtains, a phrase of magic and a flash of indigo light, he wrapped the very fabric of reality around himself and vanished, the air rushing in with a * whumpf* where he had been.
But Prof Tony Parker, a retired engineer leading protests in the nearby village, said the "whumpf, whumpf" noise of the turbine was already causing a nuisance - even in moderate winds.
He hit with a sickening whumpf! and was immediately covered in rotted food, newspapers, and assorted other foul-smelling things that he decided he’d rather not study too closely.
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